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With a rarely seen brooch Queen Elizabeth paid tribute to her late husband in recent appearance

The Queen paid tribute to her late husband with a brooch given to her on her wedding 73 years ago.

With a rarely seen brooch that was a wedding gift and a photo of the Duke of Edinburgh surrounded by butterflies, the Queen paid tribute to her ‘dear late husband’, Prince Philip who died last April.

The butterfly shaped brooch she chose to wear for her welcoming speech at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland, was a wedding gift given to her by the Dowager Countess of Onslow back in 1947.

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This piece of jewelry, rarely seen in public, has been worn by the Queen only a handful of times in recent years.

She wore it days prior to Prince Phillip’s 100th birthday, for a church service in Sandringham in 2019 and in 2012 for a visit to Sandrigham Women’s Institute.

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Another key element in Queen’s tribute to her late husband was the photo behind her which shows Prince Philip surrounded by monarch butterflies during a visit to Mexico.

The picture was taken in Febuary 1988 when the Duke of Edinburgh visited a sanctuary for the monarch butterfly in Sierra Chincua in Michoacán, a central state of Mexico.

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This photograph was first displayed at the Prince Philip: Celebrating Ninety Years exhibition in 2011 at Windsor Castle. 

Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth were married for 73 years and when he passed away, the british monarch resented the absence of he life companion.

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